Mark Sanchez and Eva Longoria shop Park Avenue pads, Massey Knakal benefits from growing mortgage business … and more

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1. The famed power-breakfasts at the Loews Regency Hotel (real estate execs dine at 8 a.m.) will move to the Park Avenue restaurant [Post]
2. How LeFrak filled large swath of Charles Schwab vacancy in its Newport office tower [WSJ, 3rd item]
3. Mark Sanchez and Eva Longoria go apartment hunting on Park Avenue [Daily Mail]
4. City loses towed excavator. [Post]
5. Massey Knakal reaps rewards from expansion into commercial mortgage brokerage [WSJ]
6. Council requires restaurants to post QR codes so NYC patrons can get more business info [NYDN]
7. Beverly Hills house Rihanna sold last year at $2M loss re-lists at $5M premium [LA Times]
8. Case-Schiller Index is expected to rise 1 percent in today’s release [CNBC]
9. Why white-shoe law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore thrives despite its antiquated compensation system [NYT]
10. Out-of-town law firms increasingly move into NYC space vacated by local firms [WSJ]
11. Structural damage closes East Side Community School on East 12th Street [EV Grieve]
12. As demand rises, just 35 percent of NYC shelter-seekers were given slots [NYDN]
13. Auction of Brooke Astor’s belongings is already commanding more than anticipated [Post]
14. All-girls Marymount School buys East 97th Street lot for $21M [WSJ, 2nd item]
15. Despite health-consciousness, Taco Bell thrives in Cobble Hill’s Long Island College Hospital [NYDN]
16. Amid S&P’s prediction of 25 percent chance for another recession, commercial real estate remains stagnant [GlobeSt]
17. Brooklyn Bridge Park velodrome center to provide space for other sports, too [Brooklyn Paper]
18. New Jersey residents mostly oppose casino expansion beyond Atlantic City [WSJ]